Conference Call

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Conference Call

A telephone call in which there are more than two participants. In investing, a publicly-traded company schedules conference calls where any analyst following that company may hear about its recent happenings. That is, a company executive speaks on a conference call and attempts to present information, such as quarterly earnings or a merger, in the best possible light for analysts. The SEC requires companies to schedule conference calls in advance and to allow as many analysts as possible to listen in on them.
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com, which has over 20 million callers around the world every month, has developed and expanded the company's free conference calling services into over 26 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas.
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com, the largest privately held conferencing provider in the United States, released an analysis today that finds that free conference calling services are currently saving consumers at least $656 million annually.
Where other conference calling services place restrictions on numbers of minutes used and number of attendees, often charging premium fees, netTALK Conference Calling allows users to enjoy unlimited minutes and unlimited attendees -- for free.
FreeConference was an idea born in 2000 in response to the traditionally high cost of conference calling services that were difficult to set up, required operator assistance, and were the domain of large, professional organizations.
Founded in 1999, AT Conference provides conference calling services for businesses, including web conferencing, operator assisted conferencing, and special services for investor relation conferencing.

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